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Professor’s sabbatical portrait project challenges Southern stereotypes

Professor’s sabbatical portrait project challenges Southern stereotypes

Jannah Khalil, Features Editor

October 23, 2017

Filed under Features, Most Recent, Profiles, Top Stories

In the small town of Selma, Alabama, they follow the motto, “From civil war to civil rights and beyond....

Minimalist production of ‘Our Town’ exercises audience’s imagination

Minimalist production of ‘Our Town’ exercises audience’s imagination

October 19, 2017

The Cosumnes River College Theatre Department offers an exclusive insight into love, life and death in it...

Sacramento Baroque Soloists team up with the music department for a fun-filled performance

Sacramento Baroque Soloists team up with the music department for a fun-filled performance

October 18, 2017

A night of music and fun overtook the Recital Hall as the Sacramento Baroque Soloists performed along...

New student body president promises to speak for the students

New student body president promises to speak for the students

October 18, 2017

Full-time student, president of the Muslim Student Association and student ambassador  Halimeh Edais adde...

Students encouraged to take advantage of disability services on campus

Students encouraged to take advantage of disability services on campus

October 12, 2017

The Disability Support Programs and Services here at Cosumnes River College are here to assist students wit...

‘Stories on stage’ showcases student writings and brings them to life

‘Stories on stage’ showcases student writings and brings them to life

October 11, 2017

Stories on Stage is an event where pieces from literary journals from different Los Rios Community Co...

Asian art exhibition features family heirlooms full of history

Asian art exhibition features family heirlooms full of history

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Staff

October 4, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent, Top Stories

Over at the Cosumnes River College Art Gallery, an array of art was displayed as part of an Asian Art Exhibit...

‘Kingsman’ sequel delves deeper into the gentlemen’s world of spies

‘Kingsman’ sequel delves deeper into the gentlemen’s world of spies

October 4, 2017

Kingsman: The Golden Circle, directed by Matthew Vaughn, premiered in London on Sept. 18 and was thea...

Millennials are killing industries because the economy is killing them

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Staff

October 3, 2017

Filed under Current Affairs, Most Recent, Opinion, Top Stories

Upon searching the keywords “millennials are destroying,” a variety of search options appear on the screen: banks, the economy, golf; the list goes on. This topic has developed traction on social news outlets, from sites such as Buzzfeed and The Huffington Post. They emphasize these claims comically, from how millennials...

Final Destination creator gives film students insight about working in the film industry

Final Destination creator gives film students insight about working in the film industry

Jannah Khalil, Editor

September 1, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Breaking News, Features, Most Recent, Top Stories

Students at Cosumnes River College got to experience a presentation from special guest Jeffrey Reddick, ...

America’s needs have been neglected while the military collects a check

America’s needs have been neglected while the military collects a check

May 17, 2017

The American people no longer see what was once a dream. Our nation is 241 years old and more than $19...

Hawks softball team continues their eight game win streak

Hawks softball team continues their eight game win streak

May 3, 2017

In a blowout game that ended in the sixth inning, the Cosumnes River College softball team achieved a...

Students are encouraged to participate in the student government

Missy Amaya, Staff

May 3, 2017

Filed under Breaking News, Most Recent, News, Top Stories

Elections for Cosumnes River College student government positions have officially ended, but the battle for amplifying the student voice is an ongoing effort, which is why student officials encourage more participation. Vice President of the student senate Freddy Monde, a 25-year-old computer science major, is in charge of...

Students competed in math competition to exercise their skills

Students competed in math competition to exercise their skills

May 3, 2017

Math professors carrying a sign displaying the message “Go Math Tutors!” and Tom Lehrer’s “New...

Netfix series ‘Iron Fist’ disappoints diehard fans

Justin Cordero, Staff

April 5, 2017

Filed under Features, Most Recent, Reviews

Marvel’s newest Netflix series, “Iron Fist,” is borderline mediocre for those unfamiliar with the superhero and a lackluster with comic book fans. After the successful depictions of other New York superheroes like Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage in their own respective series, Marvel’s approach to introducin...

Alternative radio stations have lost their edge

Alternative radio stations have lost their edge

April 5, 2017

After a snafu of a year, 2017 was given the expectations of being the messiah. It would rise from the...

Without funding, how will the Earth survive?

Without funding, how will the Earth survive?

March 27, 2017

It is impossible to ignore the impact that we as humans have on our environment, whether that be obvious, like c...

The earth is a shared ecosystem and we need to think of it as one

The earth is a shared ecosystem and we need to think of it as one

March 22, 2017

With exquisite scenery, intriguing narration and a spotlight on all the different aspects of our planet...

Campus crimes are a reminder to be cautious

Missy Amaya and Justin Cordero

March 21, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Features, Most Recent

As emailed bulletins about crimes committed at Cosumnes River College circulate, students have begun to realize that they should be more cautious when alone on campus. Many college students, especially freshmen, like to believe that the campus is a completely safe place where nothing bad can happen to them. Most of them are shoc...

Media blurs the line between empowerment and sexualization

Media blurs the line between empowerment and sexualization

March 21, 2017

One of my favorite childhood memories included sitting in my brother’s room and getting completely des...

Theatre production of ‘Arcadia’ is filled with chemistry

Jannah Khalil, Staff

March 21, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Campus Life, Features, Most Recent, Reviews

In their first production of the semester, the Cosumnes River College theatre department presents a successful performance of Tom Sheppard’s “Arcadia.” “Arcadia” takes place in Sidley Park, an English country estate, and fluctuates between the past and present to tell the story of what occurred at the estate year...

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